Connecting Dell Inspiron 6000 to TV

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viciousvix7

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Hey techguys,

I've hooked up my laptop to my TV and the picture's working fine, except it's in black and white... Any ideas why?

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How diid you hook it up with S-Video?

Try a different channel on the TV.
 

viciousvix7

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It's connected to the TV with a scart converter (phonos and SVHS inputs to SCART).
 

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Yep, it's connected into the AV2 socket and that's the only one I get the picture on
 
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Im having EXACTLY the same problem...just dont know what to do - I bought this sort of cable -

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/2m-SVideo-3-5...ryZ32837QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

I just dont know what to do, if there is something i need to configure? Someone said you need to set something for svideo output but i cant find this on the control panel. Please let me know if you get it sorted! The TV is a sony bravia, so it should all be up to date stuff im using?
 
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